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Oct/12

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Introducing The Windows Development Teams

The Microsoft Developer Network has opened a new blog that has already gained plenty of popularity – ‘Engineering Windows 7′ – and it deals with the development process of Windows 7, while listening for feedback from fans.

The listening ear of Microsoft has opened at blogs.msdn.com/e7/ where two senior engineering managers, Jon DeVaan and Steven Sinofsky are posting information on the process of engineering Windows 7 and listening to suggestions and questions from the audience.

According to the two bloggers, the Windows operating system is assigned to a variety of teams, and each time consists of about 40 developers. These teams have remained fairly consistant over the years, and some of the large teams include:

  • Applets and Gadgets
  • Assistance and Support Technologies
  • Core User Experience
  • Customer Engineering and Telemetry
  • Deployment and Component Platform
  • Desktop Graphics
  • Devices and Media
  • Devices and Storage
  • Documents and Printing
  • Engineering System and Tools
  • File System
  • Find and Organize
  • Fundamentals
  • Internet Explorer (including IE 8 down-level)
  • International
  • Kernel & VM
  • Media Center
  • Networking – Core
  • Networking – Enterprise
  • Networking – Wireless
  • Security
  • User Interface Platform
  • Windows App Platform

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